I looked for a place for 4 of us to have brunch and found good reviews for Ray's on the Creek/Ray's Killer Creek so made reservations. The service was very good, most of the food was very good. We were seated promptly and a server explained the layout of the offerings. Coffee, iced tea and water were replaced/refilled by the waitstaff before we could request them. The variety of breakfast and dinner items was good. Peel-and-eat shrimp were slightly undercooked, leg of lamb and prime rib were sliced to order and rare, just as we like it. My family enjoyed the made-to-order omelets, mashed potatoes, salmon cakes, gumbo and other items. The green salads were a huge disappointment: limp and tasteless. We did not try the seafood or pasta salads, just went to the desserts, which were delicious. Mimosas were mostly ice with a little orange juice and a wave-over of champagne at a price of $7! The brunch was $30 per person, which was a reasonable price for Easter brunch. However, the lack of vegetables will make me possibly look elsewhere next holiday and may keep us from returning for dinner.
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